A man dances on curbs.
Mock documentary about Seinfeld writer Larry David featuring contributions from his friends and colleagues. Larry makes a return to stand-up comedy and prepares to film a television special for HBO. This is the original special that gave birth to the long-running award-winning HBO series.
Skaters and BMX riders show off some freestyle tricks. These freestylers demonstrate why the fad turned into a lifestyle choice for many riders and skaters.
Curb Creatures chronicles seven homeless people living on the streets of Hollywood, California struggling with the deceptive lure of the entertainment capital of the world. Once homeless, the subjects succumb to a degrading lifestyle of addictions, low self steam and prostitution. The film chronicles homelessness in younger generations of new arrivals to Los Angeles with suitcases full of baggage that includes mental illness, HIV, heroin addiction, pregnancies and ultimately removal of their children by the Department of Children and Family Services. The race is on to beat the deathtrap of the Hollywood streets that were once perceived to be paved with gold and have now become hell on earth.
Everything is like a brinkmanship towards impending doom or a funny story – a frank look at the Brisbane underground.
Three carhops try to help save a failing drive-in restaurant.
A parody of late night talk shows hosted by Terrytoons characters Heckle and Jeckle, accompanied by three brand new Terrytoons shorts.
The off-kilter, unscripted comic vision of Larry David, who plays himself in a parallel universe in which he can't seem to do anything right, and, by his standards, neither can anyone else.
Curb Appeal is a half-hour TV series that has aired on HGTV in the United States from 2002 to the present, exploring how a house's outside "curb appeal" will be updated. Various hosts over the years, talk the viewer through the planned improvements. Originally the new look was imagined by drawing the proposed changes over a still picture of the exterior but now computer-generated visualizations are created. Changes include painting, landscaping, and fences, as well as pruning or removing overgrown shrubs, and sometimes cutting down good trees. John Gidding is now the only host and more recent episodes involve multiple homes in an San Francisco Bay Area block, and are titled Curb Appeal. There has also been at least one hour-long Christmas special titled A Very Merry Curb Appeal, with two homes adorned with Christmas decorations.